Discover Croatia: The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Trip
Croatia is a true rising star of modern European tourism.
Well known to European visitors for several decades as an excellent and affordable summer destination with crystal blue Adriatic sea and over 1000 islands to enjoy. Lately, cultural sites of Central Croatia, emerald forests and golden fields of Slavonia attract more visitors each year.
Croatia offers you much more than sun and sea - culture, nature, gastronomy, oenology, hunting, sports - an adventure that needs to be discovered!
True jewel of Croatian tourism is Dubrovnik and its massive walls - an unique attraction with rich history of rivalry between small Republic and naval superpower Venice. Dubrovnik each year earns it's place in top 10 lists of places worth visiting in the world! But Croatia isn't only Dubrovnik. Split and Zagreb are gaining more attention each year and Plitvice Lakes are a favourite spring destination. We encourage you to explore the possibilities!
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Travel information and advice
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When to visit Croatia?
Each region has its specific time that's the best, but to keep the long story short, seaside in summer, rest of Croatia in other seasons.
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Explore by region
With roots dating back to the 6th century, Dubrovnik holds the reining title as the oldest living walled in city in the world.
Dubrovnik Region is abundant in history and culture, stunning architecture, and picturesque landscapes. Dubrovnik Old Town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage.
Centred on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian, the architecture alone is enough to make one drunk with awe. Beaches seduce and cafes beckon.
If ever there was a coastal region in the world considered to be the most endowed with natural beauty, Split Riviera in Dalmatia would likely hold the reigning title.
Zagreb as the capital of Croatia and the surrounding region were in the past spared from large scale war damage due to high population density thereby preserving numerous cultural heritage sites dating back to the Late Middle Ages.
Central part of Croatia is extraordinary rich in history and cultural heritage.
The Venetians, Byzantines, Italians, and Hungarian Empire each stacked their claim here at various points in time.
A region rich in history and natural beauty with three national parks - Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes and Krka, crammed between the Adriatic sea and the mighty Velebit mountains.
Set against the Julian Alps, reflected by the Adriatic Sea sits a region rich with heritage and a wealth of natural goods.
A trademark red soil producing bountiful vineyards, truffle treasures, and expansive olive groves are attributes which give Istria its reputation as the new Tuscany.
If ever there was a coastal region in the world considered to be the most endowed with natural beauty, Dalmatia would likely hold the reigning title.
Šibenik Region features numerous historical landmarks, 240 beautiful islets and reefs, magic landscapes of the Kornati archipelago or the famous waterfalls and lakes of National Park Krka.
The landscape of dreams roughly bounded by the Velebit and Pljesevica mountains, a traditional rural area with developed farming that boasts with two National parks - Plitvice Lakes and Sjeverni Velebit.
Slavonia holds raw beauty worthy of exploration and immense admiration.
The cultural heritage, traditional music and cuisine of Slavonia are a blend of historical influences making it quite distinct. Also known as The Golden Valley for both wheat growing and wine growing, including the famous Kutjevo wine growing district.